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Presents a broad range of well-documented case studes that illustrate the ability of statistical methods to yield practical results and useful conclusions on difficult and diverse biological, medical, and social problems. Includes a 3.5 inch disk.
Partial table of contents:; ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS; Spatial Pattern Analyses to Detect Rare Disease Clusters (L. Waller, et al.); Prediction Models for Personal Ozone Exposure Assessment (D. Wypij & L.-J; Liu); FORESTRY, FISHERIES, GENETICS; Estimating Pine Seedling Response to Ozone and Acidic Rain (J. Rawlings & S. Spruill); Survival Analysis for Size Regulation of Atlantic Halibut (S. Smith, et al.); HABITAT AND ANIMAL STUDIES; Spatial Association Learning in Hummingbirds (J. Graham & A. Petkau); Time-Series Analyses of Beaver Body Temperatures (P. Reynolds); HEALTH CARE AND PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY; Analysis of Attitudes Towards Workplace Smoking Restrictions (S. Bull); CLINICAL TRIALS; Early Lung Cancer Detection Studies (B. Flehinger & M. Kimmel); Quality Control for Bone Mineral Density Scans (S. Wong & N. Lane); EPIDEMIOLOGY, TOXICOLOGY; Patterns of Lung Cancer Risk in Ex-Smokers (B. Gillespie, et al.); Drug Interactions Between Morphine and Marijuana (C. Gennings, et al.); Appendix; References; Indexes.